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About The Law Office Of Zachary W. Taylor

It is not uncommon for an employee to shy away from reporting a work injury. The employee might choose to stay quiet for fear of causing trouble or opening up the possibility of retaliation. The fact is this -- if you were injured while performing your job duties, you are entitled to monetary compensation for lost wages and medical treatment. Employers know this. That is why they are required to have workers' compensation insurance. If you were injured or experienced pain or symptoms from your job duties, schedule a free consultation today.

For the past 20 years, I have maintained my workers' compensation specialist status with the State Bar of California. I have practiced workers' compensation exclusively for 35 years. When your future financial stability is at stake, you need experience on your side.

A common complaint with large firms is that clients get lost in the shuffle. Attorneys have such large caseloads that they are not able to provide the personal service complex cases require. By focusing my time and efforts solely on helping injured workers receive the compensation they deserve, I can provide the individual attention clients need. When you want personal communication and an accessible lawyer, call me for a free consultation.

To learn more about my education and accomplishments, I encourage you to follow the link provided below.

With further questions regarding workers' compensation, schedule a free consultation at the Sacramento-based Law Office of Zachary W. Taylor. I can be reached by phone at 916-525-8607 or by email. Evening, weekend and in-home consultations are available based on the needs of the client.

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Law Office of
Zachary W. Taylor
P.O. Box 292517
Sacramento, CA 95829
Phone: 916-525-8607
Fax: 916-681-8613


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